For all “i” models, the power is supplied on ethernet pins 4/5 (V+) and 7/8 (V-). For the “iR” models,
the power is supplied on Ethernet pins 4/5 (V-) and 7/8 (V+). The POE-xxi comes complete
with a standard North American 115 VAC power cord. International cords are available upon
request. A Current Indicator (-CI) model is available. The LED will be AMBER until >35 mA
current flows to the end device which will turn the LED to GREEN. This is a good way to
remotely monitor the connection between the Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) and the end device,
and to indicate that the end device is turned on. To order this model, add a “–CI” suffix to
the standard part number.
Using POE to power remote devices has several advantages including;
• The power supply can be centrally located where it can be attached to
an uninterruptible power supply.
• The user has the ability to easily power on reset the attached equipment
from a remote location.
• There is no need to run additional power cabling to the device as power
can be supplied over the CAT5 ethernet cable.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
• “Carrier class” power over ethernet system
• Auto ranging power supply/ inserter
• Built-in Ethernet surge protection to prevent
• Overload and short circuit protection
• Minimum cross-talk and insertion loss
• Advanced switching technology – runs cool
• Powers clients which accept power on
unused Ethernet pins 4, 5, 7, 8
• FCC and CE approved
• Current indicator (CI) option available
• Remote routers, access points and bridges
• Remote networking equipment
• SOHO equipment
• IP camera systems
• 400 MHz to 10 GHz systems
• IP phone systems